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Melatonin To Use
The best formulation for the proper surge is
Melatonin-ZN-SE which is formulated by
Dr. Walter Pierpaoli, a medical doctor, endocrinologist, immunologist and
scientific research who wrote the New York Times Bestseller called
"The Melatonin Miracle".
Dr. Pierpaoli spent over 35 years researching and
experimenting with melatonin. His
tablets are manufactured in Switzerland and contain a
pharmaceutical grade melatonin, with the combination with
zinc and selenium so
that there is a night-peak release system that exactly mirrors the
natural release of melatonin we have, which gives benefits not available from
other melatonin brands.
Melatonin is a hormone found
naturally in the body and is secreted by the pineal gland in the
Melatonin protects the
function of the pineal gland, which is the "master gland" that influences
all other glandular functions.
This hormone helps control
your natural sleep-wake cycle and the natural levels of melatonin in
the blood are highest at night, when it is dark. It maintains the
body's circadian rhythm. The circadian rhythm is an internal 24-hour
“clock” that plays a critical role in when we fall asleep and when we wake
up. When it is dark, your body produces more melatonin; when it is light,
the production of melatonin drops. Being exposed to bright lights in the
evening or too little light during the day can disrupt the body’s normal
melatonin cycles. For example, jet lag, shift work, and poor vision can
disrupt melatonin cycles.
is a powerful antioxidantm, ten times more
powerful; thatn Vitamine D and is a free radical scavenger that helps fight
Pierpaoli's research found that supplementing
Melatonin-ZN-SE will help strengthen the
Melatonin helps control the
timing and release of female reproductive hormones. It helps determine
when a woman starts to menstruate, the frequency and duration of menstrual
cycles, and when a woman stops menstruating (menopause).
Some researchers like Dr.
Walter Pierpaoli have discovered that melatonin levels are related to
aging. Young children have the highest levels of nighttime melatonin.
Researchers discovered that these levels drop as we age. This explains
why some older adults have sleep problems and tend to go to bed and wake up
earlier than when they were younger. However, newer research calls this
theory into question.
Listen to Fascinating Presentation on the
Pineal Gland and Melatonin,
Anti-aging, Fluoride with Dr. Walter Pierpaoli
"Little Pineal, Big Deal"
(2 hours, 19 minutes)